More crafts coming, but for now…

Patrick Murillo Featured News, painting

… a new painting! My wife loves to eat fresh fruit slices with Pico de Gallo sprinkled on top, or sometimes Tajin seasoning. To see the plate and how she arranges the pieces, it looks very vibrant. It was ripe to be painted! This painting is dedicated to all the fruit lovers out there! I have some mantasitcally cool craft projects coming up next week for Father’s Day so stay tuned!

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My sister and brother-in-law at Maker Faire!

Patrick Murillo Featured News

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This is my sister, anjelica, and my brother-in-law (her husband, Ben). They went to Maker Faire to see Kathy and Maya. While they were there they got super crafty. Ben silk screened the shirt right off his body (muy mantastic!), and my sister sewed her top at the Swaparamarama. I guess creativity runs in the family!

I love women especially wet woman with fish tails!(win me as a print if you can help name me)

Patrick Murillo Comic book, Featured News, illustration, painting, work in progress

This is my newest painting for framed prints and my host mascott for Mantastic Comix!You wont find her in any old poolside party but you can find her only here on the most Mantastic site ever!Help me find her a name and win her mermaid-copyprint for free!!

Bad Boy Bottles

Patrick Murillo Featured News, mantastic crafts, painting

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What can I say? At least I am recycling! Acrylic, glitter and varnish – on 40 ouncers. * click on headline to leave me a comment.*

want to see our studio?

Patrick Murillo Featured News

The summer edition of STUDIOS magazine has featured my wife kathy(aka)the crafty chica in the summer 2009 printing.Page 28 has full color pics of our home estudio and highlights our love of the full color spectrum!   The article is entitled” All that glitters”and the mag. is full of cool art spaces and ideas ,check it!O.K! its FEMTASTIC!

Papel picado-esque drawings

Patrick Murillo Featured News, illustration, work in progress

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I’m trying to capture the spirit of papel picado by way of Sharpie markers and typing paper. It’s a little tricky, but so far so good, I’m now working on the border of this design. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE TO LEAVE ME A COMMENT.